Vitamins and their derivatives

 
Vitamins and their derivatives - a group of low-molecular organic compounds of various chemical nature, biologically active and absolutely necessary for vital activity of humans and animals. The main source of vitamins for a person is food. Their deficiency leads to avitaminosis and various diseases, it influences the condition and appearance of skin, hair, nails. Use vitamins and vitamin mixtures in various sectors of food industry acquires great importance in life of modern consumer. However, the vitamins in the composition of cosmetic products are not uncommon.
 
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Molecules of vitamins are large enough and can not get into the deep layers of skin. In addition, in cosmetics are most frequently used not the vitamins but their derivatives. However, it is believed that deep penetration is not needed. The presence of vitamins on the level of the epidermis is quite enough. Vitamins begin their work from the top layer of skin. In cosmetics are widely used synthetic vitamins, as well as the animal and plant products, enriched with vitamins. When applying creams, lotions, balms, which contain vitamins, the last, penetrate through the skin, affect the metabolism and improve the general condition of skin and hair. In addition to the chemical names of vitamins (for example, ascorbic acid, nicotinic acid, Riboflavin) they are also denoted by Latin letters, adding (if necessary) the digital index (A1, B1, B6, B15, N, PP, etc.). They are  usually classified according to solubility in fats and water.
 
 
The range of vitamins and vitamin premixes
 
Denomination
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin А/D в in combination
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin B1
  • Vitamin B2
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12